• Rapport du Giec 2014 : une mutation radicale nécessaire pour éviter le pire
    Rapport du Giec 2014 : une mutation radicale nécessaire pour éviter le pire

     Le cinquième rapport du Groupe d'experts intergouvernental sur l'évolution du climat (Giec) prévient que le changement climatique ébranlera la sécurité alimentaire plus gravement et plus rapidement que l’on ne pensait et confirme son origine fortement anthropique. Il propose entre autres des pistes pour adapter les îles à la montée du niveau de l'eau, et se préparer à l'acidification des océans.

     

  • Creation of Australia’s largest marine sanctuary to protect a rare marine biodiversity
    Creation of Australia’s largest marine sanctuary to protect a rare marine biodiversity

    The government has expanded the Heard and McDonald Islands Marine Reserve by 6,200 sq km in order to fully protect one of the most biologically pristine areas in the world, featuring rare whales species, as well as seals, penguins and seabirds.

  • Is it soon the end of the whaling era ?
    Is it soon the end of the whaling era ?

    Supporters of whaling accuse another serious blow after the decision of the International Court of Justice to stop the Japanese campaigns in the Southern Ocean. The Obama administration announced tough actions against Iceland and condemns commercial whaling and sale of fin whale meat, while the Japanese online retailer Rakuten is going to stop all online sales whale meat by the end of April.

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  • Emergency call from scientists against deep sea exploitation
    Emergency call from scientists against deep sea exploitation

    U.S. scientists have called for international cooperation to preserve the ecosystems of the deep seabed, whose mineral wealth and fisheries are coveted by manufacturers.

  • World fish trade to set new records
    World fish trade to set new records

    Global fishery production from wild capture fisheries and aquaculture is expected to set a new record in 2013 at 160 million tonnes, while exports will reach $136 billion.The booming world fish trade is generating more wealth than ever before, but the FAO is urging countries to assist small-scale fishers and fish farmers to benefit too. 

  • Indonesia creates a vast sanctuary to protect manta rays from overfishing
    Indonesia creates a vast sanctuary to protect manta rays from overfishing

    Second tourist destination in the world for manta, Indonesia has created the largest sanctuary in the world to protect this fascinating sea creature is as popular amongst divers for their grace than amongst Chinese for their gills.

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  • Wave Carpet to harness ocean waves to power our home
    Wave Carpet to harness ocean waves to power our home

    Researchers at University of California Berkeley have developed a carpet that will convert waves into usable energy. The team is looking for funding to develop the first pilot plant into the ocean and convince its benefits.

     

  • L'Arbre à Vent: New Wind launches wind turbines of proximity
    L'Arbre à Vent: New Wind launches wind turbines of proximity

    With his steel trunk of 8 meters high and its branches from 80 to 100 plastic sheets that serve as mini wind turbines, "l'Arbre à Vent" revolutionizes the traditional image of wind turbines. Aesthetic and silent, this technological innovation offers a new reliable source of energy on a human scale which should promote energy independence of consumers.

  • SABELLA, first French marine turbine connected to the grid
    SABELLA, first French marine turbine connected to the grid

    After the successful pilot immersion of "Sabella D03" for a year of testing in the river estuary of the Odet, SABELLA decided to pursue an industrial and commercial development of its technology and will test soon off Finistère's coasts the marine turbine "Sabella D10 ", able to produce up to 1.1 MW.

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BELLE-ILE - Castel Clara restaurant - the restaurant offers an amazing view on the ocean and promotes the culture of the island with seasonal and organic products that are locally grown or fished.

BELLE-ILE - Castel Clara restaurant - the restaurant offers an amazing view on the ocean and promotes the culture of the island with seasonal and organic products that are locally grown or fished.

TAHITI - Vanira Lodge - Immersed in the lush vegetation, this ecolodge offers a breathtaking view of the lagoon and the legendary surf spot of Teahupoo

TAHITI - Vanira Lodge - Immersed in the lush vegetation, this ecolodge offers a breathtaking view of the lagoon and the legendary surf spot of Teahupoo

Enez Top Sustainable Sea activities

NEW ZEALAND - KAIKOURA - Snorkeling with dolphins
A very professional organization in Kaikoura, south island, with Dolphins Encounters to snorkel with Dusky dolphins that can be at any times of the year several hundreds.
NEW ZEALAND - KAIKOURA - Snorkeling with dolphins
CORSICA - Lavezzi Underwater Trail
An incredible snorkeling family activity to discover the rich Mediterranean biodiversity
CORSICA - Lavezzi Underwater Trail
DIVING in RANGIROA atoll - Tuamotu islands
Explore the passes of Rangiroa with Yves Lefèvre, a diver specialised in underwater photo and video shooting. This naturalist guide is a pioneer of diving in the Tuamotu islands and will bring you amazing encounters with the oceans’ most fascinating species.
DIVING in RANGIROA atoll - Tuamotu islands
NEW CALEDONIA - The Forgotten Coast
An incredible kayaking trip along 40 kilometers of a totaly wild coast.
NEW CALEDONIA - The Forgotten Coast
TAHITI - TEAHUPO'O surf spot
Teahupo'o is one of the most famous worldwide surf spot. All services available in the surroundings
TAHITI - TEAHUPO'O surf spot
LES GLENAN - International sailing school South Brittany - France
Glenan sailing school on islets of same name is one of the most worldwide famous sailing centre where hundreds of people come every year
LES GLENAN - International sailing school South Brittany - France
Sainte-Lucia island - Caribbean- Whales & Dolphins watching
Mystic Man Tours forerunner in the observation of sea mammals on the island, off the famous Soufrière pitons, 20 years experience, a reliable approach that is respectful of sea animals.
Sainte-Lucia island  - Caribbean- Whales & Dolphins watching
St BARTHELEMY - Caribbean - Easy Time
Easy Time, the right address for discovering on the field the historic and natural heritage of the island
St BARTHELEMY - Caribbean - Easy Time
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